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|Comune di Canino|
Panorama of Castelvecchio, the most ancient district of Canino.
|Province / Metropolitan city||Viterbo (VT)|
|• Mayor||Lina Novelli (since May 2001)|
|• Total||123.49 km2 (47.68 sq mi)|
|Elevation||229 m (751 ft)|
|Population (May 2010)|
|• Density||43/km2 (110/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Patron saint||Saint Clement|
|Saint day||November 23|
Canino is a town and comune of Italy, in the province of Viterbo (northern Lazio) in the internal part of Maremma Laziale. It is 15 kilometres (9 mi) west of Valentano and 44 kilometres (27 mi) northwest of Viterbo.
It is also near the ancient Etruscan town of Vulci, and the destroyed city of Castro. Lucien Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon, was lord of Canino and is buried in the town's collegiate church. Canino was also a residence of the Farnese family; future pope Paul III was born here in 1468.
The hills that surround Canino reach the Selva del Lamone and are cultivated with grapes and olive, the famous olive oil extra vergine di oliva, from the "Canina" olive variety, has been given DOP with Reg. CE n. 1263/96.
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